Stu's World is crazy. I was supposed to go see Angie a few weekends ago. My ride kept promising to take me until it was like time to leave and came up with an excuse not to. This made me furious. One Angie knowing I was coming had gone and bought groceries and had started… Continue reading Stu’s World LXXXVII
Once upon on a time my mom cried. She did not cry because of her divorce that had recently happened...though she did at times She did not cry because of a fear of what the future would hold..though there were times when I would just hug her when she did.This one time she cried for… Continue reading Once Upon A Time
Here is the devotional: The more Barbara and I studied, the more we learned that forgiveness is how God deals with mankind. He is not a grudge-holder, but a forgiving father. Since you are his child, you should (and can!) also be a forgiver. It’s for your ultimate benefit. Harboring unforgiveness is like drinking poison… Continue reading I Forgive You, But…| Day 3: Forgiveness Unclogs Your Blessings Pipe
Here is the devotional: When the Lord told me that forgiveness was the answer for Barbara, I realized there was more to forgiveness than I had thought. Each of us started our relationship with God through forgiveness. Colossians 2:13 says, “When you were dead in your transgressions …, He made you alive together with Him,… Continue reading I Forgive You, But…| Day 2: Supernatural Help To Forgive
Oh my gosh!
Warning!!! You will cry! This could be a trigger for some as well!
Sarah has bared her heart for us all to see. She shares her grief and her love for her cousin who passed away.
Having walked with Angie after losing Matthew I can understand everything. I’ve been there when a pair of socks in a store brings back memories and tears flow. And yet at the same time a smile. Grief is tough! It never goes away. One will always remember!
Sarah, thank you so much for sharing this heart wrenching poem that started your post! And I send a virtual hug my friend as you fondly remember your cousin🤗
I went to a party, Mom. I remember what you said. You told me not to drink , Mom, so I drank soda instead.
I felt really proud, Mom, the way you said I would. I didn’t drink and drive, Mom, even though the others did.
I know I did the right thing, Mom. I know you’re always right. Now the party’s finally ending, Mom, as everyone drives out of sight.
As I get into my car, Mom, I know I’d get home in one piece. Because the way you raised me, Mom, so responsible and sweet.
I started to drive away, Mom, but as I pulled onto the road. The other car didn’t see me, Mom, and hit me like a load.
As I lie on the pavement, Mom, I wish you’d get here soon. How come it happen to me, Mom?…
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